One man spent around 10 hours creating the perfect Toronto GPS drawing last month. 

Rob Pollard, who shared his creation on Facebook, told Narcity he called it the "beavapodamus."

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Rob spent his day on November 6, 2020 walking in the St. Claire and Vaughan area in an attempt to create the perfect beaver. 

However, things didn't go as planned. "Originally I was trying to make a beaver," Pollard recalled to Narcity. 

"But I missed a trail which led to the head and back looking more like Barney the Dinosaur. Nonetheless it was still fun." 

And because of this small mistake, the amazing beavapodamus was born. A symbol, that is truly the next Canadian icon. 

This isn't the first time that locals have spent hours creating the perfect national shapes. 

Earlier this year, a cyclist also spent hours riding around in the shape of a moose.